Thursday, March 29, 2012

One-page Week, Part 4

One-page Sketch #19

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"Going Gluten Free" by Megan Bickers
Supplies Used - Cardstock: Paper Studio (Blue); Patterned Paper: October Afternoon (5 & Dime: Wax Bottles; Modern Homemaker: Percolator, Flour Sack); Inks: Marvy Uchida (Black), Ranger (Distress Inkpad: Walnut Stain); Stickers: K & Company (Bungalow Word Swatch Book), Making Memories (Just Chillin'; Puffy Alpha; Mini Shimmer Alpha: Black School House; Tiny Alpha: Pink Ledger), American Crafts (Puffy Letter Thickers: Honey); Tools: Ranger (Foam Blending Tool); Markers: American Craft (Precision Pen: Black); Embellishments: Unknown (Cream Buttons), Mark Richards (Crystal Stickers: Brown), Martha Stewart (Ribbon Tags: Blue Sky), 3L (Photo Corners: Black), Coats & Clark (Crochet Thread: Black); Adhesive: 3M (Foam Tape)

Variation #1: I turned the sketch on its side with the flag ends facing to the right.

Variation #2: I used a single piece of striped pattern paper to create my "ribbons". I cut slivers of paper out between each section to give some space between the stripes and trimmed the ends into flag shapes.

Variation #3: I used a vertical photo instead of a horizontal one.

Variation #4: I added my journaling underneath my photo and the second portion of my extended title.

Here's a closer look at some of the details:

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"She Is 5" by Suzanna Lee
Supply List - Patterned paper: Bella Boulevard, Around the Block, Lilli Bee; Number and letter stickers: American Crafts, Cosmo Cricket; Stickers: Crate Paper; Die Cuts: K & Co, Cosmo Cricket: Flowers: Maya Road, Petaloo; Brad: My Minds Eye; Border: Reminisce

Variation 1: I rotated the sketch 90 degrees to the right and then everything went wonky from there! LOL!!

Variation 2: I used a 12x6 picture that I trimmed down. The size of my picture changed the dimensions of the flags to keep things proportional. I didn't like the bits of flag poking out on the other side of the picture so they remained to one side only.

Variation 3: Again because of picture size, I didn't have room for the journaling where the sketch called for it. I made one of the flags into a journaling spot instead.

Variation 4: The layout needed a bit of "grounding" without the bits on the right hand side of the picture so I used the backside of an old Reminisce border.

Variation 5: Title placement is different. That big ol' pink balloon is a bit of an eye sore as is but the perfect place to put a title!

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"Day in the Sun" by Katrina Hunt
Supplies - Patterned Paper: American Crafts (Fox Park Forest, Brilliance, Gee Whiz), My Mind’s Eye (Catch a Wave, Beach Huts), Sassafras (Line Up), Studio Calico (London Calling); Buttons: My Mind’s Eye; Mini Alphas: Sassafras; Vinyl and Chipboard Letters: American Crafts; Twine: The Twinery Baker’s Twine (Cantaloupe); Chipboard Sun: Basically Bare; Adhesives: Scotch, Fabri-Tac and Scrapbook Adhesives; Tools: Martha Stewart Border Punch

Variation 1 - Rotated sketch.

Variation 2 - Changed 4 x 6 picture to three smaller pictures.

Variation 3 - Added a few extra layers everywhere, including the banner area.

Variation 4 - If you look, my title and journaling are basically in the same place if you rotate the sketch 90 degrees to the left.



dawn said...

Megan, what an awesome page theme!! I love that you did this, what a great job you did on it!! Love the colors and how it looks like a menu when you walk into restraunts.

Suzanne, Love all of this and the photo of your happy girl. Great idea writing the title on the balloon.

Katrina, how pretty your flower is and all the colors you used on this l/o goes so well together.

Ashley Horton said...

Love these rotated layouts Ladies!! I think all of you really rocked the sketch this week!!